“Healthy Snacks To Go” eBook Giveaway!

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Another giveaway — this is fun! :D Thanks to Katie @ Kitchen Stewardship’s generosity, I get to give away 2 copies of her new eBook, “Healthy Snacks To Go.”

I thank Katie for sharing a review copy with me. I’ve thoroughly marked it up and notated it for future ideas.

Here’s what I love about “Healthy Snacks To Go“…

  • future updates are free to purchasers
  • it provides soaking options for grain recipes
  • it displays icons with each recipe to share more about a recipe’s effort level and cost; and whether it is allergen-friendly, travel friendly, sugar-free, gluten-free, slightly indulgent, requires refrigeration, and more.
  • it gives sensible tips for how to make less of a mess or use less energy
  • it shares multiple adaptations with almost every recipe, making it easy to work around your preferences or what’s in your pantry
  • the real food recipes offer budget-saving and healthy alternatives to popular, non-nourishing, and expensive snack foods

Katie included her take on our favorite spelt biscuit recipe — Take Along Spelt Biscuits. (I just made some this morning, using sprouted spelt flour.) She says, so rightly, “If you’ve been afraid to try spelt flour, I guarantee this is a certain-success recipe for your first experiment!” I agree. They’re fantastic. Not to mention easy. Less than 15 minutes total hands on time.

What else can you find in Katie’s eBook?

  • 30 real food and adaptable backpack ready snacks: granola, granola and other bars, muffins, reverse engineered Larabars, crackers, popcorn, fruits, applesauce, peanut butter kisses (I’m trying those for sure!) and more…
  • 5 lunchbox side dishes: dip, salads, puddings, and smoothies
  • resource for learning more about soaking grains
  • ideas for reducing waste in lunchbox packing
  • basic snacks for the absent-minded eater

The last item in that list, “basic snacks for the absent-minded eater” is a helpful section. Katie calls the ideas there “forehead smackers,” because when reminded of these snacks, you’re likely to say, “Oh, yeah! I always forget about those!” One of the items listed in this resource is hard-boiled eggs. I smacked my forehead on that one. Over the last week, I’ve made sure to have hard boiled eggs ready in the fridge as an easy, healthy, go-to snack. My husband is really happy about this. He declared that from now on, that’s what he wants to eat each evening when he gets home, and right before he works out.

Click here to view the Table of Contents in “Healthy Snacks To Go.”

Honestly, I can’t believe the eBook is only $6.95. Anyone who is used to buying commercial snacks, and makes Katie’s recipes instead, could save much more than that in one month.

Click here to purchase “Healthy Snacks To Go.” I will receive compensation for purchases made through the links on this post. I am careful about what books and products I endorse, and only recommend those that I think are truly valuable and helpful as we walk with the Lord to embrace the good foods He made for us.

You’re probably ready for the giveaway now. :)

The Giveaway

I’m excited to partner with Katie to give away 2 copies of her fantastic eBook, “Healthy Snacks To Go.” I am thankful for Katie and the work she does to serve the internet community, and I’m thrilled to help promote the book.

Here are the details of the giveaway. It starts today, on May 21, 2010, and will end next Tuesday, May 25, 2010, at midnight PST. That gives you 5 days to get in on this.

I will announce the 2 winners on Wednesday, May 26, 2010.

There are 9 possible entries for the giveaway; and international entries are fine, as the books will be delivered as electronic downloads. This is what you must do for each entry:

Leave one comment per entry to let me know what you’ve done.

Please, please, please, please, please…. One. Comment. Per. Entry. :D Thank you!

The eBook is such a good value. If you don’t want to wait for the giveaway, feel free to purchase it now. If you happen to win the eBook, too — it would make a great gift!

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Comments

  1. Andrea says

    I like the recipe for green smoothies. I was just thinking that I should start figuring out how to incorporate those, and she makes it seem very easy.

  2. Katie says

    Table of Contents Recipe that Most Interests Me: Almond Power Bars….they sound perfect for our summer road trip

  3. Katie says

    Recipe on Kitchen Stewardship I Want To Try: The California Chicken Wrap…I have an Ecourse chicken and soaked tortillas ready to go. What another great way to incorporate all the good food we’ve learned to make.

  4. Kelli says

    It would be hard for me to choose between the granola bars, granola, or those peanut butter kisses. I love anything peanut butter.

  5. Kelli says

    One of the Monday Missions is to stop buying canned vegetables. I want to stop my dependence on canned green beans and tomatoes.

  6. Jessie says

    i would like to make the dosas – a recipe that Katie has. I’m really getting into Indian food!

  7. Ami says

    Table of contents entry: Need that granola bar recipe! I’ve tried many, and they always fall apart.

  8. Miss Megan P. says

    From what I have seen, I like all of her recipes. Wanna-Be Lasagna Skillet Pasta did stand out though.

  9. Melody says

    I would love to try her Powerbars recipes. My husband loves them and I’d love to be able to make our own.

  10. Laura says

    I found the “How Do You Meal Plan?” Monday Mission inspiring since I am still working on meal planning…still…

  11. Kristen in MO says

    I checked out the table of contents and I am interested in the wheat thin style crackers and the power bars.

  12. says

    My favorite monday mission is to make chicken stock. So useful :) I make chicken stock almost weekly and we use it for all kinds of things.

  13. Arielle says

    I love the tutorial on sourdough, it’s how I started making my own (gluten-free). I LOVE the recipes for sourdough pancakes.

  14. Lisa says

    I was going in a different direction with Monday Missions when I stumbled over green smoothies. I’m definitely going to make some spinach cubes to make green smoothies.

  15. Lori says

    I like the sound of the Kitchen Stewardship Granola Bars. I would love to be able to make some kind of home made granola bar!

  16. says

    This looks great! I checked out the Table of Contents and am really interested in the power bars. My hubby is always want those and it would be great to make them at home where I know the ingredients!
    .-= Stacy´s last blog post… My vision for this blog… =-.

  17. Robin says

    Right now, with it being a bit cold outside, Katie’s Healthy Chili is the recipe that is standing out the most to me from the Kitchen Stewardship site.

  18. Teresa Novak says

    So many I’d like to try, but I think I would try the Power Bars first–one of the 14 versions at least. :)

  19. Teresa Novak says

    I think I should try her recipe for Homemade Tortillas. She has lots of interesting looking recipes, many that could become favorites, I’m sure.

  20. RG says

    I like the baby step monday missions, right now I am working on getting the plastic containers out and replacing them with glass, etc.

  21. Ashley D. says

    My favorite recipes from Kitchen Stewardship are those which taste similar to Hamburger Helper dishes only much healthier.

  22. teri says

    i need to can my cans. how can i properly or best freeze my excess garden veggies from home for the winter or off season?

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